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Absence of warning not negligence per se

“Unquestionably, the submissions established that Warner-Lambert’s warnings complied by stating the dangers that were known or reasonably knowable at the time.”Hon. Charles B. Schudson Wisconsin Court of Appeals Even if prescription warnings are inadequate, a plaintiff must prove the inadequacy caused ...

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